UK: Sudanese Rapist Uses Human Rights to Sue for ”Frustration and Anxiety” Caused by Delay to Parole Hearing

March 19, 2014

This is what the conditions are like in Darfur, yet the Black rapist is being allowed to sue Britain for ‘frustration and anxiety’ due to his parole hearing being delayed by a few months.

A SUDANESE rapist who preyed on girls as young as 13 is suing Justice Secretary Chris Grayling over “frus­tration and anxiety” caused by a delay to his parole hearing.

Adil Aboulkadir, 38, was jailed for a minimum of four years for his part in the abuse of three vulnerable girls.

He was said to have led a gang of five Darfur refugees who groomed victims aged 14 and 13 in Dartford, Kent.

Aboulkadir had already launched a series of taxpayer-funded ­legal actions which could cost Britain more than £250,000 and block moves to deport him for years.

Now he wants damages, saying his human rights were violated because he had to wait seven months for a court date to argue for his freedom.

As Anne Widdecombe said, what about the frustration and anxiety of his victims?

Taxpayers paid £125,000 for a legally-aided lawyer and ­interpreter during the gang’s trial at Maidstone Crown Court in 2008. Aboulkadir was convicted of rape and sexual ­activity with a child. But he convinced the High Court that his rights were “arguably” violated by a failure to consider release immediately his minimum jail term ended.

He was freed 16 months ­after the four-year tariff expired. Since 2013 he has been in an immigration centre, fighting a bid to deport him.

He has been granted a judicial review hearing over the delay and the case could end up in the European Court of Human Rights.

Former minister and Daily Express columnist Ann Widdecombe said: “What about the frustration and anxiety of his victims?” Ukip Euro MP Gerard Batten said: “End his frustration – put him on the plane to Sudan.’’

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